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. it was upheld by the supreme court. >> no. romney did this in massachusetts. >> it was held together by the supreme court because it was a tax. >> every single republican voted against it. and they all support it now. >> there is a lot of daylight on what is in this law. there is nothing secret going on here. the american people -- >> 3,000 pages. they promised they'd put it up for everybody to look at before it was voted on. that was the first line. >> we're going to take a break. kevin over here thinks the president should be spending more time negotiating with republicans. when we get back, i'll remind him that there's actually no one to negotiate with. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online but they didn't fit. customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer. easy returns, i'm happy. repeat customers, i'm happy. sales go up, i'm happy. i ordered another pair. i'm happy. (both) i'm happy. i'm happy. happy. happy. happy. hap
with iran could be thank you thank youing. >> we take a look at an experiment currency in massachusetts, that could be going global. [ ♪ theme ] >>> hello and welcome to al jazeera america. live from new york city. i'm morgan radford. >> vietnam braces for typhoon haiyan. 300,000 people have been evacuated as a storm is expected to make land fall there sunday. in the philippines people are dealing with the aftermath of what is considered the worst storm on record. more than 100 people are dead after the storms struck the island on friday. leyte was the hardest hit. south-west of manila. it caused landslides, blew off roads and shut down electricity. >> for more, we are joined by mar margo ortiguez. what is the scope of the devastation? >> the full extent the government can't begin to estimate. we are seeing pictures of the worst areas - way beyond the first 24 hours since the storm hit. particularly on leyte island many homes - in fact, some witnesses are saying all the homes on that island have been destroyed. this is not a small island of fishing villages, there was a full-blown ci
of the economy, an experimental local currency in massachusetts, could it be going global? >>> are scientists why unearth a newly discovered dinosaur they call, the king of gore. we are beginning to get details from the philippines after a direct mit from one of the most powerful storms every recorded. huge waves crashed ashore, as supertyphoon haiyan made landfall. the are island of lehte is wrecked. spotty communication, filipino authorities credit report at least expwhrp 110 people are debt in tekloban. two c-140 cargo planes have left there and they are trying clear the runway. >> goa what's the lateliest? >> well, we understand that government aircraft have now been able to land in lehta which is believed to be the worst affected island. and initial reports are saying that there are innewer rabble can casualties on leyte many coavment villages was given fair warning that there somewhere would be a storm surge by it, we understand if waves as high as 15 feet also crashed on the island because it was supposed to be a tropical storm. there is only so much you can do to prepare for the strength
. >> i'm a psychotherapist ins massachusetts. i have a large group practice, very busy. >> have you ever had talk show hosts on the couch? >> i have to keep that under -- >> confidentiality. >> yeah. with higher co-pays, higher deductibles, lower reimbursement rates, higher premiums what happens to client care? clients literally cannot afford the affordable health care act. so therefore they don't go for treatments and therapists have to start dropping out because the lower reimbursement rates are so awful. i'm not talking about grub hungry therapists. i'm talking b about therapists who want to keep their lights on and help people. there is a grave concern here. >> i have a friend of mine. you are raising a good point. i have a friend that's a doctor. went to -- brilliant guy. great grades in high school. got into a great college. four years of college. four years of medical school. internship, residency. you have been through it. then you have to open an office, turn on the light bill. it's a lot of money. pay back the student loans. identifying with this? now because reimbursements are
of it with your day. but i also bring greetings from massachusetts robbery which is about 5 miles north of boston. as it turns out, the population is about 55,000. when i was writing this book i least kayten by ten office space from a local architect who was a one-term rotary president. he tell them before i came well as coming to speak to one of the oldest and suddenly friendliest in wichita, may be bigger committees is keeping short. these people are on their lunch break. but i did hear an awful lot and have led to your you guys tennant the way some of those gusty. but he did not know how to keep it short. i think some of you in toward that as well. he was a faithful person for more than 50 years to when this was as club. he joined rotary in 1950, and you can usually find in here without the element is. he was out of town he often made it a point to visit with other river clubs like we had today. and around different cities in the united states. he really loved rotary, and it came clear thrall of the speeches that he had. two books and speeches that i went through. he gave an awful lot. and in
companies. bills to legalize online gambling is pending in massachusetts, pennsylvania and california. thousands are gathering at the national museum of the u.s. air force in dayton, ohio to honor members of the doolittle raiders. the group of pilots who bombed japan in response to the japanese attack on pearl harbor. their attack is credited with turning the tide in the pacific. there's the three surviving members of the group. they will be toasting comrades with cognac from 1896 the year doolittle was born. >>> now to our signature segment. in depth reports from around the nation and the world. tonight we return to a topic we focused on last weekend the high cost of prescription drugs. something many americans have been complaining about for years. one state has recently passed legislation designed to bring down drug costs. residents of maine can order drugs from maine and from overseas. this has prompted a lawsuit. >> reporter: the battle between the state of maine and the pharmaceutical industry started in portland when the city found a way to cut its health care costs. by the tim
. >> an experimental currency in massachusetts is growing in popularity and now it could be going desenting views and always explore issues relevant to you. and to contact the centers and >> welcome to al jazeera america and i'm john siegenthaler here are the top stories. >> i want to emphasize that there is not an agreement at the present time, but the p five is working hard. >> secretary of state john kerry is in geneva with world leaders bjorkinworking on a nuclear pro. >> reuters is reporting 100 people are dead as a result of the super typhoon haiyan. it's being called one of the strongest storms ever recorded. it appears to be headed toward vietnam now. >>> and a big economic number that caugh caught imof many man. >> anaan as real money's ali vei points out the employment figure is mixed. >> more jobs were created in october. >> but more americans dropped out of the work force. the so-called labor force participation rate. >> the number of people working age that are working or looking for work dropped to 6 62.8%. i asked labor secretary tomorrow athomas perez why america continues to see
as senator from massachusetts. do we assume this isn't just john kerry talking? this is coming out of discussions he might have had with the kennedy family? >> i don't think we can make that assumption. i think you answered your own question which is kerry is not average joe. he is the secretary of state, former senator from massachusetts. it carries a lot of weight. to rebut his point, there is no science that shows he was hit from the right front. all the science if you read gerald posner's book which is the definitive account, shows he was hit from the back and it was the reflexive reaction that his head was forced back. the science shows that he was hit from behind with two bullets. not hit from the front. not hit from the grassy knoll but from the depository. >> may i reapply in. >> i don't want to get into an argument over right front versus back. it sounds like from the two of you, we'll never know. >> well, posner's book was publish in the 1988 and this book came out since then. >>> posner's back was ten years ago at the 40th anniversary and all the sign has shown over and
is he lived in massachusetts. >> rose: concord, massachusetts. >> conway. and at the end it was boylston near harvard but he'd been librarian of congress. so he would come at new year, every new years the macleash brothers would get together and have had the fix there and my dad's folks would come until. adlai stevenson, james farley who was former postmaster general. >> rose: he was a campaign guy. >> so he came and one time i said -- you know, i was 11. i said, you know, archie, what -- i don't understand what some of your poems mean." and he said "i have a famous quote, haven't you read it?" i said no, sir, i have not." he said "well, a poem must not mean, it must be." and that's a famous quote of his. and the other quote is i was always fascinate bade book of collected poems he wrote and he said how do you get -- i was like 16 now. i said "how do you get to a point where you have a title like that on a collected book of poems?" he says "i'll tell you, 1924 i left yale and went to paris because that was the thing to do. and they were all there, trust me. you folks think you got collec
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-long series "champions of the economy", with a look at a massachusetts community with its own currency, it's gaining attention from investors around the world. >> first a look at the weather forecast. >>> it will be a dry day, cold across the north central plains from minnesota to the dakotas. we have a fronts pushing through. it had moisture as it made its way across the dakotas, bringing light snow, 2-5 inches in the highest elevations. as it continues to push to the east, making its way into drier air, it will phase out. we may see light snow flurries across the great lakes and light rain across portions of michigan, but for the most start it will be dry. the major story is the temperature. moisture pushing in across mexico. we'll continue to see beneficial rain fall there across the north-west - a few snow flurries. back to you morgan. >>> a decision on detroit's bankruptcy status coming in the next few days - to determine whether detroit can be the largest municipality to file for bankruptcy wrapped up friday. unions, pension fund holders say not enough was done to protect their pensi
, going back to rick's point, i happen to agree. if you look at when massachusetts rolled out the healthcare in 2007, the supposed data shows a lot of young adults came in at the last minute. we have a shoddy website. young adults are not going there. they are waiting. another point to be made. we saw the jobs report this week. we have young adults looking for jobs. they're holding out on that option as well. >> rich, there is another thing that young people are waiting for. having kids, i know how they work, rick. rich, kids often will wait until they are forced to, until they are coerced to. and so far, they're waiting to see how much they can get away with, right? >> well, yeah. there's that. there is also the fact that the cultural icons, jon stewart are ochingly laughing at the program -- openingly laughing at the program. so you have technology that doesn't work. this is a tech-savvy group of people. comedians on right and the left laughing at the program. and now you have number three, that obama broke his promises, said in 2009 and 2010. so, you know, you have lack of
into place, who was behind them and what do they say? introduced by senator ed markey of massachusetts. he just joined this year. he is one of the leading clean energy advocates on capitol hill. he cosponsored the climate change bill in 2009 with waxman, he has been planning he wanted this to be his first legislation in the senate. it says electric utilities have to provide 25% of their electricity from renewable solar, -- wind., geothermal, by 2020 five. electric utilities and natural gas have to meet efficiency targets within a period. the second was introduced by tom udall and mike udall. their first cousins, they had a similar bill, 25% by 2025 renewable energy requirement, i don't believe they had the efficiency with theirs. the raf -- ref is popular at the state level. ranging fromevels 15% to 25% over the next decade or decade and a half. it is popular among clean energy advocates and environmentalists, it does not have a lot of chance of gaining traction in this congress. republicans are in charge of the house, they're very resistant to any sort of mandate, that is what an ref is.
, tried to circumvent me. i got elected in an attempt to stop obama care. in massachusetts they had a deal with the white house where they held me up being sworn in for a couple of weeks so they could ram it through. then when i got there, don't forget they did not allow one amendment to try to fix this bill in any way, shape or form. so shame on them now. people like landrieu and shaheen and pryor and begitch complaining we didn't know anything about the grand fathering and the fact that people are going to lose their policies. they voted on it. every one of them said hey, we don't care. so health care and the debacle that we're seeing right now and the fact that people are deeply deeply concerned and rightly so that it's going to cost too much, it's going to have way too much long wait in line in it, and it's just a mess. >> are you concerned further, , don't seem to be finding a common voice here? they have an opportunity to go in to 2014 and just -- i mean, i think they have got a gift from this administration and from the democrats on capitol hill in both houses that should assure the
-time as a team, which is so exciting. we training in boston, massachusetts area and every day, we come to the rink because we know we can become better as a team, working on systems as well as our conditioning. >> julie chu knows a thing or two about preparing for 0 lum pick competition. she has been a forward on the u.s. woman's ice hockey team for the last three olympic games winning silver and bronze medals in the process with the next olympiad approaching, she draws upon her experience to keep her eyes on the prize. >> i think the biggest thing is to stay focused on the present moment, have a great time because it's such an incredible journal, especially for hockey because it's over pretty much a week and a half, two week period. we have to make sure that we stay folks used and to the to spend too much energy early on but have energy left in the tank for later on in the tournament. >> as the first asian american to play on an u.s. ice hockey team as a harvard graduate and three-time olympic medalist, she has accomplished much but the idea of being seen as a role model is something
next year. gerald is in boston massachusetts. the morning. caller: good morning. go red sox, first of all. act is notble care going to hurt the democrats at all for the same reason that mcconnell, cantor, and boehner all say "the sky is falling." all these republicans saying the sky is falling, they are going to start believing that. democrats need to hold ground. what does it say to you that there are democratic lawmakers that are starting to oppose bills that delay part of thatffordable care act have extensions on some of these deadlines. tonne shaheen is going next week andll she is up for reelection in 2014. what do those actions say to you? caller: just like any other color, they say the elections are coming up. i do not believe they are scared and shaky. i believe they are a little scared and shaky. we want to try to minimize the damage that we think these people are saying. we are doing it for the reelection bid that is all they wanted to. macconnell, boehner, everybody saying "the sky is falling am co-the teabags -- is falling," the teabags -- some political action groups a
, not one drop of oil is going offshore. host: donna from massachusetts, democratic caller. caller: i am from first nation people. from the time colonization and the conquering oil the americans globally, this has been the same denial story over and over again. host: we have a few minutes left. what are you referring to? caller: i'm referring to the fact that this is doing no harm to mother earth. no harm to our water. no harm to the people that live upon this earth and animals. this is all about money. this is all about destroying land. this is not about the betterment of the people. this is about the betterment of the people who have so much money they don't know what to do with it. it's disgusting, this country cannot sit and tell the truth from the time of -- people should understand that every agreement that this country has made with the people, regarding land has been broken. host: we'll leave it there. move on to larry in santa barbara, california, independent caller. caller: i got a question for the people to represent the oil industry. given that people of canada have oppos
. our first contestant, originally from brookline, massachusettes the birthplace of jfk, mike wallace and michael did yukakis from santa fe new mexico, home of the minor league juggernaut the santa bay fuego, say hello to alex. today's contestant from new orleans, louisiana, home of the new orleans pelicans, it's mellissa harris-perry. here's the host of up against the clock, steve kornacki. >> oh, thank you, studio audience, thank you everyone for tuneing in for another thrill packed edition of up against the clock. melissa today's celebrity guest contestant. you foe the rules by now and at hope, wrong answers will cost you. there are a few instant bonuses scattered throughout these questions. as always, studio audience, i implore you, please, no outbursts, our contestants demand absolute concentration with that, i will ask you, contestants, are you ready? . we will start with 100 second on the clock in the 100 point round. we will go, 25 years ago yesterday, george h.b. bush was elected president over what -- >> dukakis. michael dukakis the defeated candidate. the next question, 3 b
of why president obama went to massachusetts and said this obama care is like romney care. one part is it will provide access to preventative care services for a broader group of people and that will bring down health care costs not only for individual households but also for state and the nation. why, then, are republican governors opting out of something that would, in fact, bring down costs? >> one of the things you brought up, you brought up the disparity in terms of coverage among different ethnic groups. there's also a dispar fi in quality of care separate from coverage and that's one of the big challenges with the medicaid program. for example, in new york state, for every dollar a private insurance pays a doctor, medicaid pays 30 cents. that means a lot of people don't get those preventative screenings. when they get diagnosed for cancer on medicaid, you get diagnosed at a more advanced stage for cancer because it wasn't diagnosed earlier because you didn't have access to primary care. >> that's not wrong that medicaid reimburses at something like half to 60% to what medicar
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